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T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas partnering with StubHub, AXS

T-Mobile Arena is teaming up with StubHub and AXS to improve secondary ticket sales for events at the new Las Vegas venue.

T-Mobile will integrate its ticketing system with the two popular platforms to improve security and ease for customers buying and selling secondary tickets, the companies said in statement.

“This partnership offers fans more options than ever to experience a live event at T-Mobile Arena,” said Lindsey Colli, head of StubHub Partnerships.

“Working with AXS, our technology makes it possible to link with the venue and each other’s ticketing systems to provide an experience backed in safety, security and ease, and with either the StubHub app or AXS’ Flash Seats app, you can buy, sell and enter the arena, all from a mobile device.”

StubHub, an eBay company, is the world’s largest ticket marketplace. It has more than 130 ticket partnerships with properties and venues around the world. The partnership with T-Mobile is its first in Las Vegas.

AXS is a subsidiary of AEG Global Partnerships, which co-owns the T-Mobile arena with MGM Resorts International.

The 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena opened in April 2016 and hosted 75 live events in its first year.

Contact Todd Prince at tprince@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0386. Follow @toddprincetv on Twitter.

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